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The bar graph plots the proportion of drinking and buying habits on tea and coffee of residents in five Australian cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart.

Overall, almost people drink tea or coffee at café shops rather than buying coffee products. Instant coffee is consumed much more than fresh coffee in all five cities.

Regarding drinking habit, going to a café outperforms making a cup of instant or fresh coffee in all four state capital cities Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Hobart except South Australia's Adelaide where residents choose both instant coffee or café shop equally. Otherwise, the consumption of instant coffee makes up around 45 to 55 per cents of urban population whose smallest percentage is found in Sydney (45%). Sydney is also the place where people like drinking fresh coffee most (approximately 43%) compared to other main cities.

Brisbane and Adelaide are two municipalities where the least amount of fresh coffee is sold with less than 35 per cents of drinking residents per each.

The bar graph plots the proportion of drinking and buying habits (What is a proportion of a habit? I cannot imagine half a habit. Can you explain it? What is actually plotted on the graph?) on tea and coffee of residents in five Australian cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart.

Overall, almost people (There are rich people, poor people, and intelligent people. I have never heard of "almost people" Are they part human and non-human?) drink tea or coffee at café shops ("Cafe shop" is not a good collocation) rather than buying coffee products. Instant coffee is consumed much more than fresh coffee in all five cities.

Regarding drinking habit, going to a café outperforms (wrong word. ) making a cup of instant or fresh coffee in all four of these state capital cities Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Hobart, the exception being except South Australia's Adelaide where residents choose both instant coffee or café shop equally. Otherwise, the consumption of instant coffee makes up around 45 to 55 per cents of urban population whose smallest percentage is found in Sydney (wrong expression ) (45%). Sydney is also the place where people like drinking fresh coffee most (approximately 43%) compared to other main cities.

Brisbane and Adelaide are two municipalities where the least amount of fresh coffee is sold (incorrect The chart does not plot kilograms of coffee sold. You cannot make this conclusion.
For example, Brisbane has 2.5 million people. About 875,000 (34%) purchased fresh coffee in the last month. Suppose each purchase averaged 10 kg. That is 8.5 million kg of fresh coffee sold in Brisbane. Hobarth's population is 0.25 million. About three-eighths (37%) bought fresh coffee, and suppose they average the same amount - 10 kg. That is 2.5 million kg of coffee, only 30% of the amount sold in Brisbane. So your information is completely wrong. )
with less than 35 per cents of drinking residents per each. (wrong expression. )

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